Tag Archives: Doha Talks

Taliban Delegation Visits China

Suhail Shaheen, the Taliban spokesman for Qatar office confirmed on Sunday that a delegation of the group led by Mullah Baradar the head of Taliban’s political office in Qatar is in China for talks. Taliban deputy leader met with Chinese Special Envoy for Afghanistan Deng Xijun in Beijing where they …

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US-Taliban Talks Are Dead: Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said that negotiation with the Taliban “are dead” and emphasized that he had no further interest in meeting with the leaders of the group to end the war in Afghanistan. When Trump was asked about U.S.-Taliban negotiation, he said the Taliban taught they had …

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Peace Talks Has No Clear Result Yet: VP Danish

Afghanistan’s Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish on Sunday said that the U.S.-Taliban talks in Doha has turned complicated and there is no indication of ending the war in Afghanistan. “The issue of peace has turned complicated, time-consuming, and breathtaking. Despite nine months of continues efforts by the international community, …

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Taliban: We Are Close to Final Peace Agreement

Suhail Shaheen, a spokesman for Taliban’s Qatar office on Wednesday said that the group is close to finalizing the peace agreement with the U.S. officials. “The negotiation is continuing today. We are close to the final agreement. We hope to have good news for our Muslim and independence-seeking nation very …

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Political Parties Prioritize Peace Over Election

A number of electoral tickets and political parties prioritize peace with Taliban over the upcoming presidential election in the country. “If we have an election that results in poverty, increasing of refugees, war and destruction I’m not ready to take part in such an election,” said Shahab Hakimi, a presidential …

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